70 years of Cancer Research has defined the 4 basic processes that cancer use to grow.
To beat cancer, everything is in the preparation
To beat an enemy, you have to know the strategy. Imagine, you’re the coach of the football team, and you know all about the execution of the next game of the other team. Not only that, but like a video game, you can also decide the quickness, the size of the player and modify the equipment because you can intervene what your adversary is training in. Some might call it cheating. But when your life is in the line, this knowledge can be leveraged to your advantage. There is no fair play here. Cancer plays a game where your loss means your end. There is no rematch unless you win. Knowing about cancer and how to act on cancer, permit you to do all these adjustments.So you bring an NFL team against a high school team but not the other way around.
The Concept of Cancer
The induction and promotion of cancer is a multistep process that involves expression of the genes, communication between cancer cells and surrounding normal cells, supply of nutrients, channels for metastatic cancer and a host of immune response. With all these patterns, you come down to 4 basic processes that cancer use to grow and kill: proliferation, apoptosis, angiogenesis and inflammation. Most of these processes are involved in the maintenance of life and environmental adaptation to a stress. For example, a wound results in intercellular and intracellular communications that activate the appropriate genes for protein synthesis and cell division to repair the defect. However, in the hands of cancer, those processes become quiet deadly for you.